Continuing my series about the Babbs throughout England, we now come to the county of Cornwall, which is the very South West tip of England. Cornwall borders Devon, which is where the lion share of Babbs in the country originate. So, it is an important component to understand the big picture.
Here we find an even dozen Pedigrees (4 large trees and 8 minor ones), which are lettered instead of numbered, like the large ones are. Ian left no descriptions of his exact reasoning in how he named and numbered them, but it doesn’t matter. He was very thorough! Note that once again these trees are very likely to eventually be united as the locations are tightly clustered with only St. Dominick (sometimes Dominic) being only 14 miles (22 KM) away from the rest. All of the locations are close to the Devon border.
Follow the links below to review the Descendants of each line:
- cornwall-pedigree-01 (about 1788 in St Dominick, Cornwall & Ontario, Canada)
- cornwall-pedigree-02 (before 1776 in South Petherwin, Cornwall)
- cornwall-pedigree-03 (about 1804 in South Petherwin, Cornwall)
- cornwall-pedigree-04 (about 1794 in Altarnun, Cornwall)
- cornwall-pedigree-a (before 1763 in Lewannick, Cornwall)
- cornwall-pedigree-b (before 1781 in Egloskerry, Cornwall)
- cornwall-pedigree-c (before 1783 in Lewannick, Cornwall)
- cornwall-pedigree-d (before 1789 in Lweannick, Cornwall)
- cornwall-pedigree-e (before 1806 in Egloskerry, Cornwall)
- cornwall-pedigree-f (before 1808 in Boyton, Cornwall)
- cornwall-pedigree-g (about 1801 in Lewannick, Cornwall)
- cornwall-pedigree-h (1801 in Egloskerry, Cornwall)